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Ybor City Walking Tour

Get Tickets $10-$20 • 20% discount for History Center members.

Tour Tampa's only National Historic Landmark District and learn about early Ybor City people, social life, and work culture. Stroll past mutual aid societies, the Ybor Cigar Factory, and other key landmarks. Join the tour at 10.m. on Jan. 14, Feb. 11, or March 11.

Advance tickets are required. Each tour lasts 90-min., beginning at 10 a.m. from various locations. Limited to 25 people, participants will walk approximately one mile. Please wear comfortable shoes and attire for walking outside.

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